Entertainment Design

Why should I study Entertainment Design?

Entertainment Design gives you the opportunity for specialised study within the discipline of Entertainment Design such as the development of Characters, Environments, Creatures, Comic Book, 3D Modelling, Sculpting, Storyboarding, Digital Painting, Graphic Design, Props and Costumes.

Where does Entertainment Design lead?

Thebarton Senior College is work­ing close­ly with CDW Stu­dios to pre­pare stu­dents to work in the Enter­tain­ment Design indus­try and/or undertake further studies in visual design.

This subject pro­vides path­ways for fur­ther edu­ca­tion, such as the Bach­e­lor of Cre­ative Arts (Visu­al Effects and Entertain­ment Design) at Flinders Uni­ver­si­ty, run in con­junc­tion with CDW Studios. This leads students into career pathways such as: visual effects artist, 2D or 3D animator, character designer, creature designer, 3D modeller, composition, illustrator and comic book artist.

What work will I do in Entertainment Design?

You will undertake a Specialised Skills task to develop your knowledge and practical skills within your area of focus.

You will utilise your skills within the Design Process and Solution to produce a product of your choice.

Where can I find more information about Entertainment Design?

For more detail about content and assessment, view the course information: